6 Wrong Moves That Could Compromise Your Workers' Compensation Case

Posted on: 21 November 2019

When you're in the process of filing and defending a workers' compensation claim, every move you make has the potential to impact your claim. You want to make sure you avoid making wrong moves that negatively impact your prospects regarding your claim. The following are six wrong moves to avoid so that you don't compromise your workers' compensation claim: 1. Not keeping all relevant documentation Documentation is important in any kind of court case, including a workers' compensation case. [Read More]

Employee Responsibility For Workers' Compensation

Posted on: 23 October 2019

Both employers and employees have a role to play to ensure that employees benefit from workers' compensation. As an employee, here are some of the roles and responsibilities expected of you. Obeying Rules and Regulations You have the responsibility to familiarize yourself with all applicable rules and regulations and follow them to the letter. This includes not only workers' compensation rules and regulations, but also your employer's workplace rules and regulations. [Read More]

Injured In A Truck Accident? What To Know And Do

Posted on: 26 September 2019

Trucking accidents are a growing problem in both urban and rural areas. Some of these accidents are caused by unforeseen mechanical failures of one or more vehicles or by weather conditions, such as high winds, ice, or snow. Many other accidents, however, are caused by wholly preventable causes, such as driver inattention, driver fatigue, speeding, and making improper lane changes. If you or someone you love has been injured in a trucking accident, here are some important things you should know and do as quickly as possible after the crash. [Read More]

Psychiatric Injury And Workers' Compensation Benefits

Posted on: 25 August 2019

Workers' compensation funds are designed to protect employees against financial ruin in the event of a work-related injury. Most people think about workers' compensation in terms of physical injuries, but the potential for work-related activities to cause psychiatric injuries is also present. Proving a psychiatric injury can be a bit more challenging, but you can work with an experienced attorney to help show that your mental health problems stem from work-related activities. [Read More]